I purchased Altura's AP-C1001 bounce flash a few years ago to work with a Canon G10. I have since upgraded to a Nikon D3400. Apparently, the AP-C1001 is for Canon cameras and Altura offers the AP-N1001 that works with Nikons/the D3400. "Works with" is what I would like to know the definition of. When I connect the AP-C1001 to my D3400, the flash fires when I take a picture so it would appear to "work". I'm a beginner so I'm not really sure what full functionality I should be expecting from a bounce flash and its different modes, but, again, it fires. I reached out to Altura to ask if the AP-C1001 will work with my D3400 and the response I got was "... the Nikon kit will not be compatible with the D3400. Unfortunately, the wireless triggered will not be compatible." This response is, at the very least, confusing. It also doesn't address the fact that the AP-C1001 "worked" to some extent in that it fires when I take a picture with my D3400. Any ideas?